|The finished product.|
Yesterday morning I sat in my car before my morning class and finished the last three rows on my Age of Brass and Steam Kerchief. I didn't get a chance to block it before wearing it, but I think it is just fine the way it is.
|I think the glasses really made the outfit ;-)|
Last night was the opening night for The Music Man. Steve auditioned a couple months back for a role as the baritone barbershop quartet (he sings baritone in his local barbershop harmony group) and actually was cast to play Jacey and sing as tenor. So Chase and I were off for an evening of theater entertainment and decided we needed to dress the part (I was going as the artistic wife!).
The musical was absolutely phenomenal. Everyone did an amazing job, and Steve is a surprisingly great tenor (he was nervous about this). Poor Chase made it until the last twenty minutes and then he fell asleep (it was after 10pm by this time), but he said he really enjoyed it.
|Chase, Steve, and Steve's quartet partner, Tim.|
Yesterday as I was heading home from class, Steve happily called to say not only was the milk delivered (he gets as excited about the milk delivery as Chase) but that I received "a rather large box".
I am absolutely in love with the yarn from Quince & Co. This is my first time ordering yarn from them, but I definitely think I will again in the future. Okay, I know. Enough talk, more pictures of the yarn. ;-)
|Fourteen skeins of Gingerbread. Mmm yum!|
|Oh it's so pretty!|
|This is a better shot of the Frank's Plum.|
The purple will be used for the scarf I'm making for Gena. All of the Gingerbread and most of the other colors will be used in the sweater for my dad. Some of the greens will be used for Fara's slippers. I picked up an extra skein of the Peaks Ferry because the shade called to me. I have a special project attempt planned for that skein.
I'm hoping next week to start work on my dad's sweater!
Hope everyone has a wonderful, beautiful weekend.